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11 Dec 2018

The World’s Most Powerful Women in 2018

Did you feel the world move? Power shifted across the globe this year as women cracked new ceilings and tumbled from positions of power. We’ve seen a new class of disruptive leaders breaking through to join the list. But we also see a number of women at the top whose

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11 Dec 2018

Australian Watchdog Wants A Regulator For Dominant Google, Facebook

Australia’s competition watchdog on Monday recommended tougher scrutiny and a new regulatory body to check the dominance of tech giants Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google in the country’s online advertising and news markets. The recommendation, in a preliminary report on the U.S. firms’ market power, is being closely watched

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11 Dec 2018

How Japan’s Corporate Culture Allows Corrupt CEOS To Win

After his arrest, Nissan removed Carlos Ghosn as chairman due to his suspected acts of financial  just the latest in a long line of mishaps to rock the Japanese corporate world. Other manufacturers, such as Kobe Steel, Takeda and Toray Industries, have shocked the public in recent years, admitting to

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11 Dec 2018

Why You Need To Start Tracking Your Time Every Day

Time tracking is a controversial topic. It evokes images of teams clocking in and out of a factory floor or being tethered to their desks for 60 hours a week. Of course, those scenarios are awful. I don’t want to dismiss the very real ways that time tracking can become

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11 Dec 2018

Football: Malaysia And Vietnam Ready For Fitting Suzuki Cup Finale

Those Vietnam fans who think that the comfortable 2-0 win over Malaysia in the group stage of the 2018 AFF Cup means that the two-legged final against the same opposition will yield a similar result should be careful. Malaysia lost the opening game of the 2010 tournament 5-1 to Indonesia

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11 Dec 2018

Next Bantuan Sara Hidup Payment To Be Made After CNY, Says Finance Minister

The next Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) payment will be made after the 2019 Chinese New Year celebrations, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng. Chinese New Year will fall on Feb 5 and 6 next year. “Now there is a new approach and that is why we need some time to

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